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synonyms for churchy

  • churchlike
  • ecclesiastic
  • ecclesiastical
  • holy
  • religious
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How to use churchy in a sentence

When Mr. and Mrs. Beecham commenced life, they had both the warmest feeling of opposition to the Church and everything churchy.
PHOEBE, JUNIORMRS [MARGARET] OLIPHANT
Now, I am very political, and Winifred's very churchy--it doesn't really matter what you take up.
LADY CONNIEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
Brothers Inskip and Macdonald are not square on the Freemason question and are churchy.
BIRTH OF A REFORMATIONANDREW BYERS
"I don't think I was ever a very religious person," she replied, mistaking the word religious for 'churchy.'
GEOFFREY HAMPSTEADTHOMAS STINSON JARVIS
That night the Rogersons went to church in a body, as usual, for they were a churchy family.
A HUMBLE ENTERPRISEADA CAMBRIDGE
I'm afraid we wouldn't have been churchy enough to suit them, anyway.
KENT KNOWLES: QUAHAUGJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
The proceedings were very quiet and dignified—and very churchy.
THE MISSIONARYGEORGE GRIFFITH
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CHURCHY

  • churchlike
  • churchy
  • ecclesiastic
  • ecclesiastical
  • holy
  • religious
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.